Samsung Galaxy Fold returns, Facebook Dating comes to US
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Samsung announced the Galaxy Fold is now available in Korea.
The Ford was originally to launch in late April.
However issues with review units led to a delay.
Samsung says after career,the Fold will be released in certain European markets on the 18th.
The US will also get the fold but Samsung has not given a specific date yet.
This new version of the fold will be a bit tougher than the original.
The screen is reinforced and caps were added to the end of the phone to prevent debris from getting into the device.
Facebook wants to Facebook dating in the US.
The company says the service will help people start meaningful relationships through things like common interests.
Facebook is also allowing users to integrate their Instagram posts in their Facebook dating profile.
Dating profiles are separate from main profiles and the dating feature is opt in Facebook dating is already available in 19 other countries, a european launch is coming in early in 2020.
Nintendo announced that 20 super Nintendo games are now available on its switch online service .Titles include super marioworld super mariocat and starfox.
If something goes wrong in your game,you can use the rewind function- To head back when things were right and tend to also announce a new controller style like the original super Nintendo controller, it cost around $30 is wireless and charges using a USB cable.
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